The quarterback position surely becomes the 49ers primary need now that they’ve hired a coach in Kyle Shanahan and a general manager in John Lynch.
The signing of Brian Hoyer is not a long-term answer, is it a answer at all. He is not a QB 1 and if the San Francisco 49ers want to turn things around they need to sign a genuine QB 1
John Lynch, brand new in the job and with money to splash knows Hoyer is not a QB 1, but is a solid back-up. A Tony Romo option would be great for a franchise who are trying to turn their image around and would be a perfect temporary fix until they find their Franchise quarterback.
For that reason Lynch is interested to in talking to Jerry Jones on possible trade options for the veteran quarterback.
The Cowboys injury-prone veteran lost his job to Dak Prescott, and speculation the past month has Romo getting dealt (post-June 1) to the Broncos, Texans or Bears. His 248 touchdown passes rank 21st in NFL history, but how many more does he have in him.
It is understood John Lynch wants to find out and with his trade value getting lower by the day it maybe the perfect move for the 49ers.